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If you're making a payment to Inland Revenue as an individual or business, different types of payments need to go to different Inland Revenue numbers, with the right references. Paying these via online banking means your tax gets paid directly to the correct Inland Revenue account, taking some of the hassle out of the process.
Inland Revenue will normally receive your payment the same day. If you make the payment after hours, they may not receive it until the next business day.
You'll need the following six things in order to pay Inland Revenue via FastNet internet banking:
You can make many different types of Inland Revenue payments online. Some of them are very specialised, but the most common ones are:
Your upcoming payments will be listed on "Inland Revenue Payments" on FastNet Classic. If things change, you can delete them before the payment date.
To set up and send an Inland Revenue payment in FastNet Business, you'll need to have the appropriate access rights. You can ask your Administrator to change them, if necessary. If you're stuck, call the FastNet Business Help Desk on 0800 22 55 27.
Your payments will be listed on "Inland Revenue Payments" on FastNet Business. If things change, you can delete them before the payment date.